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The INCEpTION Platform: Machine-Assisted and Knowledge-Oriented Interactive Annotation

  title={The INCEpTION Platform: Machine-Assisted and Knowledge-Oriented Interactive Annotation},
  author={Jan-Christoph Klie and Michael Bugert and Beto Boullosa and Richard Eckart de Castilho and Iryna Gurevych},
  booktitle={International Conference on Computational Linguistics},
We introduce INCEpTION, a new annotation platform for tasks including interactive and semantic annotation (e.g., concept linking, fact linking, knowledge base population, semantic frame annotation). These tasks are very time consuming and demanding for annotators, especially when knowledge bases are used. We address these issues by developing an annotation platform that incorporates machine learning capabilities which actively assist and guide annotators. The platform is both generic and… 

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